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Chefman 26-Quart French Door Air Fryer + Oven

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Walmart has Chefman 26-Quart French Door Air Fryer + Oven (RJ50-FDAF-M25) on sale for $89 > now $69. Shipping is free.

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  • Double French doors with cool-touch handles.
  • Air fry, broil, toast, rotisserie, and bake from 200°F to 450°F
  • Wide windows and an illuminating interior light.
  • 9" x 13" Interior
  • Simply wipe down the oven with a damp cloth and toss the accessories in the dishwasher for cleanup

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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has 26 Quart French Door Air Fryer + Oven (Black) for $89. Shipping is free.
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An air fryer is just a toaster oven with a fan. That's literally the whole thing. Like the entire thing. Just a heating element and a fan
No, its the rate of heat trasfer. I.e. the level (power) of the forced convection. Air frying requires high power forced convection relative to the volume being heated - i.e. high rate of heat transfer. You can have a large air fryer if the heating fan is appeopriately large to allow a high enough level of convection and therefore heat transfer.

Sure you can call a traditional convection oven an air fryer. Its just a very under powered air fryer which produces underwhelming results when used as an air fryer. Easier then to accept that its not an air fryer. Or u can accept it as a really crappy air fryer.
People fall for the marketing. Airfryers are not new things I had one way back in 2001.

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Reviews are OK, but not great. Chefman does make some other products that get great reviews, though. Does the back open for easier cleaning?
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Basically a mini convection oven, not a real air fryer.

The legitimate air fryers force hot air through the food to more rapidly transfer heat and actually surface-fry your lightly-oiled food. A toaster oven with a fan doesn't achieve that, and should not be called an air fryer.
An air fryer is just a toaster oven with a fan. That's literally the whole thing. Like the entire thing. Just a heating element and a fan
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An air fryer is just a toaster oven with a fan. That's literally the whole thing. Like the entire thing. Just a heating element and a fan
People fall for the marketing. Airfryers are not new things I had one way back in 2001.
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Quote from nasst :
An air fryer is just a toaster oven with a fan. That's literally the whole thing. Like the entire thing. Just a heating element and a fan
That's like saying a Hair Dryer is an oven. While the components may be similar, how they are used is different. A toaster oven with a fan is typically convection where it circulates the warm air around inside the oven. An air fryer literally blasts your food directly with hot air, usually from above. This is akin to broiling a steak with a torch.
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That's like saying a Hair Dryer is an oven. While the components may be similar, how they are used is different. A toaster oven with a fan is typically convection where it circulates the warm air around inside the oven. An air fryer literally blasts your food directly with hot air, usually from above. This is akin to broiling a steak with a torch.
So how is the heat in a convection oven made? Then, how is that air moved?
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It's only good if it's stainless steel. The other coating has forever chemicals. No bueno
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People fall for the marketing. Airfryers are not new things I had one way back in 2001.
Was it the one that's basically a large clear glass pot and the lid was the heating element and fan?? 😆

Still have mine in the basement somewhere!
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So how is the heat in a convection oven made? Then, how is that air moved?
Rate of heat transfer is what separates the catagories here. Otherwise my juicy lips blowing on a slab of meat in a tubaware is also an air fryer.
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Rate of heat transfer is what separates the catagories here.
Air fryers use convection heating.

The only thing that separate them is the size of the "oven" with smaller ones being marketed as Air Fryers.

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Otherwise my juicy lips blowing on a slab of meat in a tubaware is also an air fryer.
That would definitely be called something other than an Air Fryer 😳
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No, its the rate of heat trasfer. I.e. the level (power) of the forced convection. Air frying requires high power forced convection relative to the volume being heated - i.e. high rate of heat transfer. You can have a large air fryer if the heating fan is appeopriately large to allow a high enough level of convection and therefore heat transfer.

Sure you can call a traditional convection oven an air fryer. Its just a very under powered air fryer which produces underwhelming results when used as an air fryer. Easier then to accept that its not an air fryer. Or u can accept it as a really crappy air fryer.
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